Social Policy & Administration

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Edited By: Ian Greener, Bent Greve

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Social Policy & Administration -the Early Stage Career Researcher Prize

Social Policy & Administration are pleased to announce the winner of the 2015 Early Stage Career Researcher prize.

Michal Koreh, University of Haifa, Israel.

The Political Economy of Social Insurance: Toward a Fiscal-Centered Framework

This prize acknowledges the best published paper by an Early Stage Career Researcher. The prize will be £500, plus a year's free subscription to Social Policy & Administration. For further information on the eligibility for the prize, and how to apply, please click here.

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SP&A are pleased to announce their first e-Special Issue Welfare and Governance.

This is the first E-issue of Social Policy & Administation. The idea is to look at a certain topic on which, over a number of years, a number of articles have been published and, by bringing them together, to show how a concept, idea or policy area has changed over the years or how, by looking at it from different perspectives and angles, one can shed new light on a topic. This is despite, naturally, the fact that some of the empirical data is not up to date.

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